A high school principal who was dumped amid allegations he refused to put his students through an anti-terror program has returned to the classroom.
Chris Griffiths was removed from his job as principal at Punchbowl Boys High School, along with deputy Joumana Dennaoui, in March last year.
Allegations against Mr Griffiths included complaints from parents of students being made to participate in prayer sessions, police concerns of radicalisation and claims from teachers regarding 'a high level of staff disunity and disharmony'.
Mr Griffiths, a Muslim convert, has now been appointed to a high school in outer-western Sydney, The Daily Telegraph reported.
His new job follows the discontinuation of two separate actions in the NSW Supreme court and Industrial Commission by Mr Griffiths, Ms Dennaoui.
Mr Griffiths has allegedly accepted the findings of an internal investigation by the Employee Performance and Conduct unit.
The paper also revealed departmental charges against Mr Griffiths related to the 'administration' of the school and 'staff disunity'.
At the time there were allegedly a raft of other issues which led to his termination from the school.
Senior female staff members at the Mulsim majority school who had previously taken part in official events such as presentation days were reportedly given no explanation for their exclusion.
There were also claims that relations had broken down with local police liaison officers and that non-Muslim staff were subjected to verbal attacks.
(Kelly, “Islamic convert principal dumped from a Muslim-majority high school over allegations he was radicalising students is back in the classroom,” Daily Mail [Australia], 8/4/18).